MCIDC Receives Accolades from the U.S. Small Business Administration for Local Economic Development Efforts
Monroe County Industrial Development Corporation (MCIDC) has been selected by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as the 2012 Small Certified Development Company of the Year.
"To be honored with this prestigious award is a testament to Monroe County’s dedication and commitment to providing small businesses with the tools and resources necessary to be competitive in today’s global economy,” said County Executive Brooks. “Monroe County is proud to be recognized as a national leader in economic development and I thank the MCIDC Board for helping drive our economy forward."
Monroe County Industrial Development Corporation(MCIDC) has been formed as a not-for-profit local development Corporation under the Membership Corporation Law and operated under its successor statute, Article 14 of the Not-For-Profit Corporation Law.
Its purpose is promoting and providing economic development opportunities within the County of Monroe, providing additional employment and job opportunities, and promotion of scientific research, all as more fully set forth in the Certificate of Incorporation as amended, and initially filed in the New York State Department of State on November 2, 1962.
The mission of the Monroe County Industrial Development Corporation is to provide resources to qualified for-profit businesses and not-for-profit organizations that result in the retention and creation of jobs and employment opportunities in Monroe County.